Fifth Sunday of Easter
28-ego kwietnia, 2013
MASS INTENTIONS & MASS SCHEDULE
APRIL 27 SATURDAY / SOBOTA
4 PM Blanche Vogt req. by Sandra Schaal
Msgr. William Bazela Anniversary req. by Betty Blake
APRIL 28 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA
9:00 Mieczyslaw Szczech req. by the Gegala Family
10:30 Helen Kwoka req. by Senior Center Members
Jean Palczewski req. by the Tomaszewski Family
All Parishioners and Benefactors req. by Pastor
APRIL 29 MONDAY / PONIEDZIALEK
9:00 No morning Mass
APRIL 30 TUESDAY / WTOREK
9:00 No morning Mass
MAY 1 WEDNESDAY / SRODA
9:00 Stella and Anthony Kmainski req. by Son, Richard
Stella Martin req. by Carole Martin
MAY 2 THURSDAY / CZWARTEK
9:00 Olga Vogt req. by Donia Eichfeld
MAY 3 FRIDAY / PIATEK
9:00 Living and Deceased Members of Sacred Heart Society
MAY 4 SATURDAY / SOBOTA
4 PM Parishioners and Benefactors
MAY 5 SUNDAY / NIEDZIELA
9:00 Christine Morehouse req. by Diane Tonia
10:30 Living and Deceased Members of Rosary Society
Dorothy Wrotny req. by Marc and Walter Wrotny
If you are ill and wish to be added to the sick list please call the rectory.
We ask God’s blessing for the strengthening & healing of our sick & homebound. Please pray for: Christian Clopp, Harry Corn, Kazimiera Olejnik, Eleanor Tureck, Walter Lyskiewicz, Ira & Betty Whittle, Baby John Harshaw III, Ted Balabuch and his Daughter Kristen Balabuch, Helen Gardygajlo, Irene Talarowski, Jeanette Dudek, Joseph Wilke, Lorraine Jablonski, Doris Wood.
Please pray for the Deceased & their Families: Blanche Vogt, Jeannette S. “Jean” Palczewski, Dolores Webb, Helen Walczak, Helen Kwoka, Zbigniew Domzall, Helen Starr, Mieczyslaw Szczech, John Lack, Stanley Jaskiewicz, Lucille Szwack, Maryann Gardygajlo, Rita Kryza, Stanley Zandlo Barbara H. Thomas.
House of Charity Annual Bishop Appeal Campaign has begun. We thank you in advance for all your efforts to make this a successful endeavor as we strive to help those who are less fortunate than us. Our goal this year is $13,000. Thanks to your generous support we have already received pledges of over $2910 so far.
Sanctuary Lamp In memory of Dorothy Wrothy
requested by Walter Wrotny
PARISH NEWS - WIADOMOSCI PARAFIALNE
· The next parish breakfast is scheduled to take place on May 5, 2013. See you then!!!!
· Nastepne sniadanie parafialne planowane jest na dzien 5-ego maja. Do zobaczenia!
· Stand Down of South Jersey—As in the past, Saint Joseph’s History Society is supporting Stand Down of South Jersey in assisting homeless veterans. The Stand Down currently needs new men’s underwear (all sizes), gently used sweaters and winter coats. The clothing collection box will be in the vestibule from April 21 through June 2. Monetary contributions are also welcome. Checks can be made payable to Stand Down of South Jersey, INC. and placed in the collection basket during Mass.
· Mass honoring our Armed Forces - On May 19, 2013, our 10:30 AM Mass will be celebrated in honor of Armed Forces Day. We encourage you to bring to this Mass current and former members of the military. By each door you will find forms on which you may list the names of friends and family members currently serving. The forms can be dropped in the collection basket. Names may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 12. Please include “Armed Forces Day” in the subject line. Prayers will be offered for those named during the Mass. After Mass, Saint Joseph’s History Society invites everyone to the Parish Hall for light refreshments and to visit the History Room for current exhibits. This Mass will be held in addition to our annual Memorial Day Mass at the cemetery. See below.
· Sunday, May 5-May Crowning before High Mass; coffee and cake will be served in Lower Parish Hall afterwards.
· Przypominamy—w niedziele, 5-ego maja odbedzie sie Ukoronowanie Najswietszej Maryji Panny: zapraszamy na kawe i slodki poczestunek po Mszy.
· On First Friday May 3rd, we will be reciting the Sacred Heart Litany after Mass at 9:00 with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
· W Pierwszy piatek miesiaca czyli 3-ego maja nastapi wystawienie Najswietszego Sakramentu oraz odmowienie Litanii do Najswietszego Serca Jezusowego.
· Rozaniec bedzie odmawiany przed Msza Sw. o godz. 10:30 w dniu 5-ego maja.
· Rosary is being recited before High Mass on May 5th.
· Parish Council is meeting on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 at 7 PM in a Senior Center.
· Rada Parafialna spotyka sie w czwartek 9-ego maja 2013 o godz. 19.00 w Senior Center.
· Sunday May 12th, we are celebrating that special day of Mother’s Day. If you wish to remember, at all the Masses that weekend, a living or deceased Mother, there are envelopes available by the door. Please take one, fill in name of person to be remembered and return them before Mother’s Day.
Every first Sunday of the month St. Joseph’s Church St. is having a special mass for all the sick including blessing with the 1st class relic of Blessed John Paul II. Please come and join us on May 5th at 10:30 for this special celebration!
Please support Our Church by remembering us in your Will….
St. Joseph’s Church Honors Members of The Armed Forces
and Battleship New Jersey Veterans
St. Joseph’s History Society of St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic (Polish) Church, Camden, NJ will honor those who served on the Battleship New Jersey and active military personnel during the annual Armed Forces Day Mass at 10:30 AM on Sunday, May 19th, 2013.
For the past five years, the History Society has recognized the sacrifice of US service men and women in honor of Armed Forces Day. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the commissioning of the New Jersey on May 23rd, 1943 and special recognition will go to those who valiantly served on the battleship during over four decades of service.
As in the past, the names of active military personnel will be read aloud and remembered in prayer during Mass. Family and friends who wish to participate are invited to send the name and branch of service of loved ones in uniform to email@example.com.
The Battleship New Jersey, America’s most decorated Battleship, was decommissioned for the final time in 1991 and began service as a museum and memorial on the Delaware River in October 2001, becoming one of Camden’s most recognizable landmarks.
Just as the Battleship New Jersey remains today a proud symbol of the shared sacrifice of those who fought to defend our cherished freedoms, St. Joseph’s Church, founded in 1892, survives today as a living symbol of the sacrifice and toil of thousands of brave Polish immigrants who journeyed across a treacherous ocean and came to America seeking freedom and opportunity in the once mighty industrial City of Camden.
A reception will follow after Mass where information pertaining to the New Jersey will be on display, along with photographs and memorabilia of parishioners who have proudly served in the US Armed Forces over the past 100 years.